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mean to me!
I thought that some day
you'd understand!
But you suddenly say that...!
Don't cry!
I don't believe you!
What do you think I've done?
Say it clearly!
Come on, say it loud and clear!
How could you say that to me?
I hate you for that! I hate you!
What's wrong?
Did he hit you? Why?
Why did he hit you?
You don't deserve this!
How dare he!
Easy, Mariko! I'm going to divorce him!
I'm going to divorce him!
- Get divorced?
- Yes.
- Seriously?
- Yes.
Good! You're doing the right thing!
You have to do it!
Divorce him, sister!
That man doesn't deserve you!
He doesn't deserve you!
You've been suffering for too long.
Yes. I've wasted time and effort.
No, I wouldn't say that.
Maybe others can't tell, but suffering
has benefited you.
Suffering has helped to turn
you into a great woman.
Do you really think so?
I'll tell Mimura for you.
You better return home today.
- Yes, I will.
- Are you all right?
Yes, I'm fine.
Come back tomorrow.
Come back with me.
I'll handle it.
Your father will approve.
- We'll tell him about us.
- Yes, he'll approve.
Please, tell him. Tell him.
- Hello. It's been a long time.
- Hello, sit down.
Excuse me.
Yes, it's been a long time.
Since when?
The last time was in Manchuria,
on a beach.
That was long ago.
I like the beach.
There was a Russian girl
named Natasha.
Yes, she played the accordion.
She had these huge eyes.
She was beautiful.
I have to tell you something.
- I want to speak to you too.
- All right, say what you want to say.
I've finally found a job.
I'd been looking for a long time.
It's a dam building project.
I'm an engineer.
Great, isn't it?
It's on the Kumano river.
It's a great job for a man.
I'm glad to hear it.
Now I'm fine.
A man must have a job,
or he starts imagining things.
I'm fine.
Today I'm fine.
I'd like to drink to that.
Well, let's drink to that.
- I'll ask for the drinks.
- No.
I'll get them myself.
I'll get them.
I'm glad he's found work.
Come here, Setsuko.
I'll tell him. The sooner the better.
Here you are.
- Where's my guest?
- He's gone.
- Gone?
- Yes, he just left.
Pour me another one.
You've drunk too much.
Well, I want more.
I'm fine.
We're out of liquor.
I feel splendid.
I don't. It's very late!
Your beautiful wife must
be worried!
You're impossible!
Sir. Sir!
- What?
- Go back to your beautiful wife.
Did you hear me, sir?
All wives are stupid.
They're just tools.
Like a doorbell.
Or a washing machine.
Just tools.
Do you understand?
I agree, sir.
You too! Go home!
- What do you care?
- Of course I care!
I don't.
Don't be mean.
Er, sir.
I agree with you.
Last year, I lost
my first wife.
I thought I'd stay a widow,
but I married her sister.
Then I found out.
I can never know what she's
doing behind my back.
The night before last I
went to Ikebukuro.
I had some business to take care of.
Do you know the "tempura"
house in the alley?
There's a mailbox on the corner.
Hey, sir!
You leaving, sir?
Hey, sir!
You should go too.
You'll miss the last train.
All right, I will.
Tell me, what was wrong with him?
Did his wife flee?
- Whose wife?
- That man's.
You're drunk.
What was that?
Mariko, go have a look.
How can a man die so easily?
So suddenly?
Our father said:
"A cripple like me
is still alive,
while a man who still had a
lot to live is dead."
He cried on his bed last night.
Did you notice?
- But I can't believe it.
- Why?
He suddenly found a job.
He'd been looking for one
a very long time.
What do you think killed him?
The doctor said it was
a heart attack.
A heart attack.
Why not? He drank too much.
He asked for it.
Don't imagine things.
Do what you want. You're free.
You can do whatever you want.
Our father said you could
go your own way.
Go with Hiroshi. You love him.
He's waiting for you.
- So, it was a heart attack.


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